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[image]Artist Rendering of the Pathfinder Spacecraft Nearing Mars - NASA/JPL
This artist rendering depicts the Pathfinder spacecraft nearing it's target Mars prior to it's July 4th 1997 landing on the red planet.
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[image]photo-s88_29653 - NASA
S88-29653 (February 1988)--- The Autonomous Lander element of NASA's Project Pathfinder will provide the technology required to ensure a safe landing at geologically interesting sites, which are often hazardous, for a variety of potential science missions. These technologies will also support autonomous re-supply operations for a Lunar outpost and reduce risks for piloted Lunar and Mars landing operations...
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[image]photo-s89_36210 - NASA
S89-36210 --- Using an aerobraking technique, the one of the two lander transport vehicles slows down and glides into Mars's orbit. One vehicle will carry a surface rover and lander, while the other will the ascent vehicle and lander. A number of concepts are under study for a Mars sample return mission.
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[image]Mars flyer 3-D in LTPT - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Rear view of the 1/4 scale Mars 3-D model #1, straight wing with Eppler Airfoil (no. 387). Photographed in the Low Temperature Pressure Tunnel (LTPT).
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[image]Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA-JPL)
Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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[image]WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT PHOTO DETECTOR FOR MARS PATHFINDER - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT PHOTO DETECTOR FOR MARS PATHFINDER
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[image]WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT PHOTO DETECTOR FOR MARS PATHFINDER - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT PHOTO DETECTOR FOR MARS PATHFINDER
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[image]MARS PATHFINDER MATERIALS ADHERENCE EXPERIMENT FLIGHT HARDWARE - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
MARS PATHFINDER MATERIALS ADHERENCE EXPERIMENT FLIGHT HARDWARE
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[image]WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT FOR MARS PATHFINDER MICRO ROVER MISSION - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT FOR MARS PATHFINDER MICRO ROVER MISSION
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[image]WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT FOR MARS PATHFINDER MICRO ROVER MISSION - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
WHEEL ABRASION EXPERIMENT FOR MARS PATHFINDER MICRO ROVER MISSION
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[image]ELECTRIC SPACE VEHICLE MODEL FOR 8 MAN MARS EXPEDITION - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
ELECTRIC SPACE VEHICLE MODEL FOR 8 MAN MARS EXPEDITION
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[image]Mars May Be Cozy Place for Hardy Microbes - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/60/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/46/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/33/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-2006-48b
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[image]Mars May Be Cozy Place for Hardy Microbes - NASA
Technical facts about this news release: Back to entire collection [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/index/59/ ] Next release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/46/ ] Previous release [ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2006/33/ ] *News Release Number:*: STScI-2006-48c
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[image]Happy Anniversary Odyssey!
Four years ago on April 7, 2001, the mechanics, scientists, secretaries, and family members of the Odyssey orbiter team said a final farewell to their creation and hello to Mars. Don't miss the video, "," for the ground-breaking accomplishments since launch. Image credit:NASA/KSC
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[image]MC-6 Casius Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-6 quadrangle, Casius region of Mars. Except for the highly dissected southwestern part, which contains faults, mesas, and buttes of Nilosyrtis Mensae, the Casius region is dominated by light-colored and dark, relatively smooth plains. Latitude range 30 to 65 degrees, longitude range -120 to -60 degrees.
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[image]MC-7 Cebrenia Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-7 quadrangle, Cebrenia region of Mars. The northwestern two-thirds is dominated by light-colored and dark, relatively smooth plains. The southeastern part is marked by one of three prominent Elysium shield volcanoes, Hecates Tholus, and the ridge system of Phlegra Montes. Latitude range 30 to 65 degrees, longitude range -180 to -120 degrees.
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[image]Mc-9 Tharsis Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-9 quadrangle, Tharsis region of Mars. Three of the four largest shield volcanoes on Mars--Olympus, Ascraeus, and Pavonis Montes--lie within the Tharsis quadrangle, together with several smaller shields. The north-central part is marked by highly faulted terrain of Ceraunius Fossae. Latitude range 0 to 30 degrees, longitude range 90 to 135 degrees.
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[image]MC-14 Amenthes Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-14 quadrangle, Amenthes region of Mars. The southern part includes heavily cratered highlands. The northern part is dominated by relatively smooth plains of Elysium Planitia and the eastern half of the Isidis basin. Latitude range 0 to 30 degrees, longitude range -135 to -90 degrees.
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[image]MC-24 Phaethontis Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-24 quadrangle, Phaethontis region of Mars. The Phaethontis quadrangle is dominated by heavily cratered highlands and low-lying areas forming relatively smooth plains. Latitude range -65 to -30 degrees, longitude range 120 to 180.
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[image]MC-26 Argyre Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-26 quadrangle, Argyre region of Mars. The west-central part is marked by the large Argyre impact basin, defined by a rim of rugged mountain blocks that surrounds a nearly circular expanse of light-colored plains 800 km across. The large basin is surrounded by heavily cratered highlands. Latitude range -65 to -30 degrees, longitude range 0 to 60 degrees.
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[image]MC-27 Noachis Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-27 quadrangle, Noachis region of Mars. Heavily cratered highlands dominate the Noachis quadrangle. The northeastern part is marked by the western half of the ancient large Hellas basin, defined by a rim of rugged mountain blocks that surrounds a nearly circular expanse of light-colored plains. The southeastern part is marked by the Peneus caldera and part of the Amphitrites shield volcano and associated ridged plains that may be basaltic flow...
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[image]MC-28 Hellas Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-28 quadrangle, Hellas region of Mars. The northwestern part includes the eastern half of the ancient large Hellas basin, defined by a rim of rugged mountain blocks that surrounds a nearly circular expanse of light-colored plains. The southwestern part is marked by part of the Amphitrites shield volcano and associated ridged plains that may be basaltic lava flows...
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[image]Medusae Fossae #2 - NASA/JPL/Malin Space Science Systems
Extensive wind-swept plains of the Medusae Fossae formation on Mars. This southern subframe image, frame 3104, is of a 3.0 x 4.7 km area centered near 2.0 degrees north, 163.8 degrees west. Figure caption from Science Magazine
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[image]Portrait of an Aging Wheel - NASA/JPL
This plot maps the increasing amounts of energy needed to spin Spirit's right front wheel drive, which has been showing signs of age. The wheel has now traveled six times farther than its design life. Since Spirit's 126th day on Mars, this wheel has required additional electric current to run at normal speeds, as indicated with blue diamonds on this graph. Efforts to improve the situation by redistributing the lubricant in the wheel with heat and rest were only mildly successful (pink squares)...
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[image]Orbit Insertion by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (Artist's Concept) - NASA/JPL
This is an artist's concept of NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter during the critical process of Mars orbit insertion. In order to be captured into orbit around Mars, the spacecraft must conduct a 25-minute rocket burn when it is just shy of reaching the planet. As pictured, it will pass under the red planet's southern hemisphere as it begins the insertion burn.
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[image]Next Vital Step: Spacecraft Delivery - NASA/JPL/Lockheed Martin Space Systems
The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter was delivered in two large containers from Lockheed Martin to Cape Canaveral on an Air Force C-17 cargo plane. Over the next several months, engineers and technicians will prepare the spacecraft for its scheduled launch in August.
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[image]Getting Closer to Countdown: Spacecraft Undergoes Readiness Tests - NASA/JPL/Lockheed Martin Space Systems
It's no easy task getting Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter ready for launch. Workers stabilize the crane holding one of the enormous billboard-sized solar panels temporarily removed from the spacecraft prior to rigorous testing. This test is one of many "checkups" the spacecraft must undergo to verify its readiness for launch.
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[image]Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter - NASA
Artist's concept of Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
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[image]Artist's concept of Mars Odyssey mapping - NASA
Artist's concept of Mars Odyssey mapping mission
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[image]Artist's concept of Mars Odyssey aerobraking - NASA
Artist's concept of Mars Odyssey orbit insertion
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[image]The Second Rover Image - NASA/JPL/Caltech
This image of the Mars Pathfinder Lander on the surface of Mars was imaged by Sojourner as it looks back. Sojourners tracks are visible in the foreground.
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[image]Students, Public Connect with Mars - NASA/JPL/Cornell
This DVD carries nearly 4 million names collected by NASA in the "Send Your Name to Mars" project as well as various student activities. At the center of the DVD is a Lego "astrobot" minifigure that allows children to follow the mission via the astrobot diaries of Biff Starling and Sandy Moondust. Magnets on the outer edge of the DVD will collect dust for student analysis, and children can also decode the hidden message in the black dashes around the edges of the DVD...
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[image]photo-2058 - NASA
2058 --- This shows two possible fossilized Martian cells and the fragments of others. The cell in the center has the remains of a fossilized biofilm partly covering its surface. The cell to the right is partly embedded in the clay mineral which fills veins or cracks in the meteorite (NAKHLA). This clay mineral is now known to have formed on Mars about 700 million years ago. If these bumps are truly fossilized Martian microbes, they are then about 700 million years old.
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[image]photo-2060e - NASA
2060e --- This shows a possible elongated fossilized Martian cell on the surface of a clay mineral which fills veins or cracks in the meteorite (NAKHLA). Other possible fossilized microbes are partly embedded in the clay mineral. This clay mineral is now known to have formed on Mars about 700 million years ago. If these embedded bumps are truly fossilized Martian microbes, they are then about 700 million years old...
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[image]photo-2165e - NASA
2165e --- This image shows a series of bumps partly embedded in a tiny slab of Martian clay (Nakhla) . The slab is wrapped and partially covered by another layer of Martian clay free of bumps. We interpret that the bumps are fossilized Martian microbes trapped the clay layers about 700 million years ago on Mars. Our interpretation must be checked by further detailed data to determine if they are really fossilized microbes and to confirm that the clay mineral formed on Mars, but the existing data...
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[image]KSC-01PP-0631 - NASA
On Launch Pad 17-A, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the Mars Odyssey orbiter is ready to be lifted up the gantry and mated with the Delta II rocket. The spacecraft will map the Martian surface in search of geological features that could indicate the presence of water, now or in the past, and may contribute significantly toward understanding what will be necessary for a more sophisticated exploration of Mars...
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[image]photo-s95_00690 - NASA
S95-00690 --- This photograph shows orange-colored carbonate mineral globules found in a meteorite, called ALH84001, believed to have once been a part of Mars. These carbonate minerals in the meteorite are believed to have been formed on Mars more than 3.6 billion years ago. Their structure and chemistry suggest that they may have been formed with the assistance of primitive, bacteria-like living organisms...
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[image]photo-s91_25383 - NASA
S91-25383 (February 1991) --- (Artist's concept of possible exploration programs.) Unmanned spacecraft will proceed the first human exploration missions to the surface of Mars to assess possible landing sites and conduct scientific and engineering measurements in the atmosphere and on the surface. Landing these robotic spacecraft on Mars is risky at best because of the rugged terrain. The spacecraft depicted in this picture has a vision system to view the possible landing sites as the spacecraft...
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[image]MARS PATHFINDER PROJECT TEST CONFIGURATION IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY (SPF) NASA PLUM BROOK STATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MARS PATHFINDER PROJECT TEST CONFIGURATION IN THE SPACE POWER FACILITY (SPF) NASA PLUM BROOK STATION
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[image]Mars Odyssey - HEND Image
Mars Odyssey - HEND Image
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[image]photo-s89_25056 - NASA
S89-25056 (January 1989) --- This is an artist's concept depicting a possible scene of astronauts walking on Mars during a dust storm. The artwork was part of a NASA new initiatives study which surveyed possible future manned planetary expeditionary activity. Scientists and researchers involved in the study, realizing that a hostile environment will confront long-distance space travelers, note the requirement of highly specialized technologies and systems, e.g., the durable type suits, depicted ...
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[image]Mars Gravity Map (RS) - NASA
Vertical gravity map of Mars color-coded in mgals based on radio tracking. Note correlations and lack of correlations with the global topography.
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[image]photo-s95_01418 - NASA
S95-01418 (February 1995) --- This is an artist's concept of possible exploration programs. Long after the Mars sample return rover has fulfilled its mission requirements, two explorers replace the robot's worn wheel motors. The refurbished machine, instead of operating autonomously, can be teleoperated by orbital or surface controllers. Artwork done for NASA by Pat Rawlings, of SAIC.
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[image]photo-s96_11459 - NASA
S96-11459 (1996) --- (Artist's concept of possible exploration programs.) This artist's concept is called 20/20 Vision. Did life ever exist on Mars? If so, the best evidence may be fossils preserved in the rocks. Geologists and biologists will one day explore Mars, piecing together the history of the planet and perhaps its ancient life. Artwork done for NASA by Pat Rawlings, of SAIC.
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[image]Roundtrip Ticket To Mars - NASA/JPL
This artist's concept shows the proposed Mars sample return mission above the red planet. The mission concept shown here has a potential launch date of 2013.
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[image]photo-s94_44357 - NASA
S94-44357 (February 1995) --- (Artist's concept of possible exploration programs.) After manufacturing its own propellants using Mars' thin, carbon-dioxide atmosphere as feed stock, a small ascent vehicle lifts off from the surface to begin its journey home. This spacecraft is returning rock and soil samples that were collected and stored inside by two micro-rovers during a 500-day surface stay. Artwork done for NASA by Pat Rawlings, of SAIC.
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[image]MC-10 Lanae Palus Region - NASA
Mars digital-image mosaic merged with color of the MC-10 quadrangle, Lanae Palus region of Mars. The western part is dominated by lava flows of the Tharsis region. The central part includes ridged terrain of Lunae Planum. The west and north borders of Lunae Planum are dissected by the large, relatively young outflow channel, Kasei Vallis, which terminates in Chryse Planitia. Latitude range 0 to 30 degrees, longitude range 45 to 90 degrees.
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[image]Pathfinder Spies Dust Devils - NASA/JPL
This set of images from NASA's 1997 Pathfinder mission highlight the dust devils that gust across the surface of Mars. The right image shows the dusty martian sky as our eye would see it. The left image has been enhanced to expose the dust devils that lurk in the hazy sky.
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[image]ACD08-0260-020 - NASA/Ames Research Center
K-10 (red) plaentary rover at Marscape (Ames Mars Yard): with prototype flight control team remotely operating K-10 "Red" from Ames Future Flight Centeral (FFC) Simulator, with Estrellina Pacis.
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[image]AC92-0326-4 - NASA/Ames Research Center
Virtual Environment Telepresence workstation, simulated Mars Exploration shows Lewis Hitchner with virtual helmet and EXOS Dexterous interface (virtual hand)
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